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Harry Winston to Open in Miami's Design District

May 14, 2015 8:18 AM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... Harry Winston is opening a new retail salon in the Miami Design District, a historic part of the city that is known for its innovative art, architecture and design. The new boutique is located at 166 NE 39th Street and features a 7,168- square-foot retail space.

"Miami Design District presents the perfect setting for Harry Winston's newest salon location," said Nayla Hayek, the CEO of Harry Winston Inc. "Harry Winston has long celebrated the similarities between fine art and fine jewelry, often exploring various artistic influences as a way to bring its fine jewelry designs to life. With this opening, we look forward to continuing in this rich tradition, as we share the house's renowned heritage and extraordinary creations with a city that is at the forefront of global creativity and design, and we welcome our new and existing clients from around the world."

The boutique was designed with the elegance and intimacy of a private estate in mind, while drawing references from the brand's iconic Fifth Avenue flagship store in Manhattan. Interior designers used a soft taupe and gray color palette to complement custom designed black lacquer and antique bronze furniture,  hand-beaded silk walls and antique accents.


Tags: Harry Winston, Jeff Miller, Jewelry, miami, retail, store
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